Dec 24

A Very Merry Unist’ot’en Christmas! (Feat. David Suzuki)

Respect my culture!

Respect my culture!

The Unist’ot’en camp is a protest camp in northern BC, mostly led by anarchists and militant NGOs with a couple local indigenous people. Despite their claims to be fighting “colonialism”, the camp runs under Indian Act protocols- meaning, the money is paternalistically managed by their white “settler ally” NGO friends. The RCMP views them as an extremist group, and has been tracking them since at least 2010. Lots more detail here.

One of the mantras we’ve heard from Unist’ot’en and similar camps (assisted and funded through the same NGOs) is that colonial culture has and continues to disrespect and degrade sacred indigenous beliefs and practices. Unfortunately, Warner Naziel at the Unist’ot’en camp doesn’t walk the walk himself.

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Dec 20

Investment In CRA Audit Capability Identifies Wrongly Granted Charity Status (Feat. Alternatives)

Is that black & red stylized "A" an anarchist symbol?

Is their black & red stylized “A” an anarcho syndicalist symbol?

There was an uproar when the federal government increased the Canada Revenue Agency’s audit funding. Alarmist activists and CBC journalists shot out propaganda warning of an “advocacy chill”, claiming good people at good charities are feeling the screws of “the Harper Government”. Claims were made that Harper himself directly instructed the CRA which charities they should audit. Of course, nobody provided any evidence of this accusation.

The CRA doesn’t release the names of organizations it’s auditing, but several charities disclosed their audits to the media. Audited groups included the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, the David Suzuki Foundation, TIDES Canada, Environmental Defence, and Equiterre. One thing the former five groups have in-common is that they’ve had working relationship with militant activists.

Not so surprisingly, one of the audited charities didn’t add their name to the media’s list until this week. Montreal based Alternatives International not only works with militant activists, they’re at ground zero. You see, Alternatives is basically the Canadian arm of the World Social Forum- a militant social movement that’s behind the anti-globalization movement. That doesn’t sound very charitable- does it?

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Dec 19

New Chart: Politicians & Vancouver’s DTES Poverty Industry

This chart is an investigation into relationships between Vancouver politicians, political parties and the Downtown Eastside poverty industry. It’s currently under-development, and will be used for future stories covering Libby Davies’ retirement and contest to replace her. Please leave a comment If you have suggestions for additional entries and/or relationships.

A larger version of the chart can be seen here.

1. To expose a person or organization’s network, hover the mouse over them and it will be exposed.
2. To zoom in/out, you can use the scroll wheel on your mouse or the +/_ buttons at the top left side of the screen.
3. Click on a person or organization and a window will pop-up with a short biography and other info.
4. Click on a picture inside of the entry for a person/organization and it will expand to full-size

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Dec 16

Occupy Toronto Anti-Pipeline Racists March On Kathleen Wynne’s Front Driveway! (Feat. Davin Ouimet)

Carrie Lester, Cathy Walker, Davin Ouimet prepare to march...

Carrie Lester, Cathy Walker, Davin Ouimet prepare to march…

It’s been a while since this site has covered Occupy Toronto’s favourite husband and wife racists. Davin Ouimet (a.k.a. Reverend Davin Ouimet, a.k.a. Hereditary Chief Davyn Calfchild) is most famous for his copycat 2013 attempt to interrupt Toronto’s Remembrance Day ceremony, mirroring Maoist nutbar occupier Julian Ichim’s attempt to do the same in 2014. But when not desecrating the memories of brave soldiers who died fighting for our country, Ouimet often shows a darker side- hating on people of colour, Mexicans, Jews, Italians, whites and Chinese.

Ouimet was accompanied by his equally controversial wife Cathy Walker, and con-artist Kevin Annett’s greatest supporter (and TDSB schoolteacher) Carrie Lester. Walker has also been seen mimicking Chinese people, but her real hate appears to be for Jews. In 2014 she declared to the world that “Islamic group [sic] need to start taking Hollywood away” from them. In the summer of 2013 Ouimet, Walker and Lester took part in the infamous violent, racist, anti-semitic, and hate filled Occupy Livestream broadcast were “Taliban Billy” threatened to kill white people and “tear the f##king heads off” of “33rd degree masons”.

Despite their overt racism, hate, and other questionable parts of their character; NGO and union led professional protesters often use Davin, Cathy and Carrie to help give their campaigns “indigenous cred”. The trio are so deeply entrenched on Toronto’s radical community they were featured on an anti Line 9 white paper that was sponsored by several Toronto city councillors. On Sunday they helped lead a curiously familiar protest against Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.

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Dec 10

#BurnabyMountain Unmasked Part III: Preview, ForestEthics & WaterWealth Charts

#BurnabyMountain Unmasked Part III will focus on NGOs involved in the mayhem, with a special focus on ForestEthics, the Council of Canadians, and the WaterWealth Project. The above chart is for ForestEthics, and is a work in progress. It will continue to be updated over the next few days- watch it live!

Selection_737ForestEthics already seems to be losing their cool- are they worried about what will be disclosed? It’s a silly comment anyhow, as I’m not a neo-con, and I am a Hollyhocker (lived there for a month). lol

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